Kitsune is the japanese word for Fox.

Foxes are a common subject of Japanese folklore. Stories depict them as intelligent beings and as possessing magical abilities that increase with their age and wisdom. Foremost among these is the ability to assume human form. While some folktales speak of kitsune employing this ability to trick others — as foxes in folklore often do — others portray them as faithful guardians, friends, lovers, and wives.

Kitsune are believed to possess superior intelligence, long life, and magical powers. They are a type of yōkai, or spiritual entity, and the word kitsune is often translated as fox spirit. However, this does not mean that kitsune are ghosts, nor that they are fundamentally different from regular foxes. Because the word spirit is used to reflect a state of knowledge or enlightenment, all long-lived foxes gain supernatural abilities.

There are two common classifications of kitsune:
The myōbu are benevolent, celestial foxes associated with Inari; they are sometimes simply called Inari foxes.
On the other hand, the wild nogitsune (野狐, nogitsune? literally, field foxes) tend to be mischievous or even malicious.
Local traditions add further types.
Another tradition classifies kitsune into one of thirteen types defined by which supernatural abilities the kitsune possesses.

Next Evo Level Range Gkills Ekills Nkills % chance
Tenko 175 - 250 < 250 < 250 5000 3
Myobu 225 - 275 < 50 < 50 10000 1
Koryo 175 - 225 2500 2500 < 250 3
Reiko 225 - 275 5000 5000 < 50 1


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